Oklahoma's Most-Admired CEOs Profile: Tom J. McDaniel, Oklahoma City University

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Oklahoma's Most-Admired CEOs Profile: Tom J. McDaniel, Oklahoma City University


Record, Journal, THE JOURNAL RECORD


Tom J. McDaniel is president of Oklahoma City University and has led a transformation of the 105-year-old institution in his eight- year tenure, including the construction and dedication of the new Meinders School of Business, the Wanda L. Bass Music Center, the Ann Lacy Visitors and Admissions Center, and the Norick Art Center. These capital improvements were part of a successful $100 million centennial development campaign which doubled the university's endowment and allowed the creation of new academic programs in nursing, dance, and film and new athletic programs in rowing, wrestling and volleyball.

Projects recently dedicated that continue the growth and revitalization of the Oklahoma City urban campus include a new residence hall, a women's softball field, a new home for the Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Arts Management named the Edith Kinney Gaylord Center, and an expanded student and faculty facility which the OCU Board of Trustees has named the Tom and Brenda McDaniel University Center.

Prior to coming to Oklahoma City University in June of 2001, McDaniel served as president of Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, Okla., becoming the first graduate of that school to serve as its president.

McDaniel received a bachelor's degree in business from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in 1960 and his juris doctor from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 1963, after which he was in private law practice. In 1981, the Supreme Court of Oklahoma appointed him as administrative director of state courts. …

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